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Old 07-27-2008, 03:33 PM   #1
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can this be done?

Being a total newbie I have no idea if anyone has done this before successfully. Can we trade out the above the floor blackwater tank for one mounted below the floor and install a Sealand Traveler Lite sandard height toilet? Since I'm going to be in charge of the "black stuff" I want to make sure that we have enough pitch for the "stuff" to flow down hill. Hubby insists all will be fine.


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Old 07-27-2008, 04:09 PM   #2
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Annette, anything like this can be done. Look at for instance -- discussion starts before post 140 and continues at least until post 158. It's an unusual situation to replace the floor without removing the belly wrap -- but these folks are very experienced. Look at the idea of a gray tank as long as you're going this far. Your vintage didn't have gray tanks and they are darned nice.

How solid is your floor?

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